Conservationists Mourn Crocodile Hunter

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Conservationists and Educators of Wildlife mourn the untimely death of Steve Irwin.

‘Crocodile Hunter’, Steve Irwin, the Australian conservationist who won worldwide acclaim, has died in a marine accident off Australia’s northeast coast.

During this time of sadness for the conservationist of this world, animal rights supporters have shed a negative light on them as being exploiters of nature. Every conservationist wants to bring animal education to the public to learn about our fantastic world and to teach them how we can preserve them both in the wild and in captivity. Captive bred exotic animals are tools to teach the public first hand knowledge of the animal world. Teach our children young to respect all wild life and hopefully entice some to become conservationist in protecting our glorious planet.

Steve did a fantastic job of spreading knowledge about conservation of all animals, and about nature. Steve made a massive contribution to conservation worldwide inspiring a new generation of conservationists. We credit Steve for drawing an interest into the young to respect wildlife and to hopefully encourage them to work with the animals when they grew as adults.

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